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Category Archives: NY Scenes

2019 Prime Lens Experiment – Week 8  When I saw this I guessed it is a memorial for a deceased motorcyclist who died at this intersection. With a bit of research I confirmed my guess. This was taken on a recent Sunday morning walk around the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn.

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2019 Prime Lens Experiment – Week 5 I’m still running with the 50mm. Last week I went to 10th Avenue and 15th Street hoping to find a good composition using the temporary exhibit celebrating the 90th Birthday of Mickey Mouse called Mickey: A True Original.*   They have some great art on the outside of the […]

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One of the most famous concepts in street photography is “the decisive moment,” a term originated by Henri Cartier-Bresson. It is what separates the small percentage of great street photos from the rest.  The idea is to capture someone in an action, pose or gesture that creates tension, humor, suggests a story, or simply creates beauty.   […]

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I am already falling behind on selecting and publishing images. I’m already unhappy with some of the quality when I force a shot every day. I’m wondering if I can keep it up. Weekends are especially hard. If I do not go out for a dedicated photo walk it seems the opportunities do not come […]

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I have another variant of this I might publish at a later date, maybe even 2 or 3.  I’m not sure which one I think is best. That is the base of the Coney Island Parachute Jump straight ahead.

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